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Fruit Mince Pie No Churn Ice Cream

Fruit Mince Pie No Churn Ice Cream


You don't need a fancy ice cream machine to make epic ice cream this festive season!

  • Serves: 6 |
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  • Prep Time : 15 mins |
  • Cook Time : 24:0 hours
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Fruit Mince Pie Ice Cream

6 fruit mince pies
1 tin condensed milk
1 tsp (5 ml) vanilla extract
2 C (500 ml) fresh cream

Chocolate Dipped Cones

good quality sugar ice cream cones
50-80 g good quality dark chocolate, melted (optional)
gold food glitter (optional)

You’ll Need

a loaf tin
wax paper

Fruit Mince Pie Ice Cream

Start by breaking the mince pies into bite-size chunks, then pop them into a ziplock bag and place into the freezer to freeze until solid (this prevents them from going soggy).

Pour the condensed milk into a large mixing bowl then stir in the vanilla extract.

Whip the cream until stiff peaks form. Scoop one cup of cream into the condensed milk and fold in to incorporate. Add the remaining cream and gently fold in until smooth.

Line the loaf tin with wax paper (allowing extra to hang over the long sides of the tin, you will need to be able to fold over and cover the ice cream once the tin is filled).

Scatter in a few pieces of frozen mince pie inside the tin. Top with a third of the ice cream mixture, then add a few more pieces of mince pie. Repeat this process until you have used all of the pieces of mince pie and the ice cream mixture.

Fold over the wax paper and press it down into the mixture to prevent ice from forming on the top of the ice cream. Freeze the ice cream overnight.

Chocolate Dipped Cones

Dip the edges of the ice cream cones into melted chocolate and then arrange over the edge of a chopping board to allow to dry. Dust with a little edible gold glitter if desired (optional).

To Serve

Scoop generous amounts of ice cream into your cones and serve immediately.